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Synonyms for backup

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Synonyms for backup

an accumulation caused by clogging or a stoppage

someone who takes the place of another (as when things get dangerous or difficult)

a musical part (vocal or instrumental) that supports or provides background for other musical parts

(computer science) a copy of a file or directory on a separate storage device

the act of providing approval and support

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It was important to minimize the amount of data transferred across the network to effectively recreate a full backup and equally important to minimize the amount of data required to represent a comprehensive history of backup data.
Doing incremental backup does not take the time or storage that a full backup takes.
Optimized Synthetics eliminates weekly full backups and reduces server workload and network traffic by offloading synthetic full backup processing to HYDRAstor.
Using the Exchange Backup API (ESE--Extensible Storage Engine), these 3rd-party products perform a full backup of Exchange including all databases and log files.
This was a 400,000 square foot assignment with a 400 person trading operation, prime computer center, full food service facility, executive dining, executive offices and a full backup generator plant with a UPS system.
It keeps one full backup set to pass on to future generations and calls on another set to keep the cell running.
For example, if a hard drive must be restored, every tape since the last full backup must be restored to reproduce every file.
Optimized Synthetics offers a simple way to eliminate a full backup every week and achieve dramatic backup window reduction by allowing storage administrators to back up only changed files for prolonged periods of time.
Exchange administrators can either run a full backup or back up an individual mailbox or individual mailboxes ("brick-level" backup).
The software automatically spans disks when performing backups, and backs up only new and changed files after the first full backup.
There was one customer with 60 hours for a full backup once a week and 6 hours of incrementals every day, and that came down to 20 minutes every day for full backups.
In addition, by keeping recently backed-up data on the system, individual files can be quickly recovered rather than remounting a full backup.
Instead of physically copying changes during synthetic full creation--as other vendor products do--new and changed files are marked with pointers, which can then be used to quickly create full backup images.
NetWorker not only best met the above criteria, it also gave us the option of doing weekly full backups and daily differentials where a single full backup was completed only at installation and then updated with numerous incrementals.
Each full backup used 35 tapes, which were transported weekly to a secure facility.